How To Use Ebon In A Sentence

  • life that is gay, brisk, and debonair
  • Both groups had access to cuttlebone and fresh water ad libitum.
  • And she, warm with what Dick had just told of him, pleasured at the goodly sight of him, dwelling with her eyes on the light, high poise of head, the careless, sun-sanded hair, and the lightness, almost debonaireness, of his carriage despite his weight of body and breadth of shoulders. CHAPTER XXIII
  • Her poetic styles vary from haiku to streetwise dramatic monologue, using the conventions of ‘standard’ English, as well as the defiance of Ebonics.
  • The serving table, attributed to Thomas Seymour, is topped by two extremely rare American knife cases that employ charred poplar to simulate ebony.
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  • It may be that in the faint candle light the improvised cook of the party ebonizes the flapjacks and puts mourning edges on the bacon.
  • The centrepiece of the pavilion was a grand piano designed by Ruhlmann and made from such exotic materials as amboyna wood and Macassar ebony.
  • In place of teeth it has the well-known substance called whalebone, which grows from the roof of its mouth in a number of broad thin plates, extending from the back of the head to the snout. Fighting the Whales
  • The first thing I saw on the Marylebone platform was the crude picture in green chalk of a stolon of _Cynodon dactylon_. Greener Than You Think
  • Many of the islands are mountainous and heavily forested with teak, ebony, and sandalwood.
  • Four hundred species of flowers, including Indian paintbrushes, prickly poppies, flowering herbs, and the most compelling blossom of all - the bluebonnet, the Texas state flower.
  • Your knowledge of Star Wars ebonics is unparalled, and is truely an inspiration to my Star Wars Galaxies roleplay. Scar Friends Luncheon Circle
  • A block of ebony was climbing above the horizon, eclipsing the stars ahead.
  • Matthew Risch, lately of "Pal Joey," is smooth and debonair as Sky Masterson, the high-rolling sharpie who wins the heart of Miss Sarah Brown Morgan James, the dishy Salvation Army doll who longs to save the souls of all the heels on Broadway. Joy in Runyonland
  • While others were scoffing at the notion of ebonics, I was lapping up inner city slang: that beautiful, musical, profane prose. Slashdot: Book Reviews
  • The bed itself was framed in dark ebony, its dusky twists spiraling towards the ceiling, while the rest of the room was swathed in black and shades of maroon and blood red.
  • I promptly filled the sink with water and dunked my head in, letting my ebony locks flop messily to the sides of my face.
  • About that time Herter Brothers developed its unique version of the Anglo-Japanese style in furniture, rectilinear in outline and constructed of ebonized wood.
  • The first semi-final round will have the debonair Tony O'Neill, representing 3: AM Magazine, facing off against the fetching Maureen Tkacik (pronounced "Tay-sick," the announcer is told), representing The Crier or something. July 2007
  • I had heard of Arsenal, the football (or soccer) team, by watching television, and now I understood: St. Marylebone was obviously an 'Arsenal' school. Hooman Majd: An American Wog on July 4th
  • Dressed in a beige, linen Ermenegildo Zegna suit, he was every bit the suave, debonair businessman.
  • The balding ex-quality systems audit manager stayed silent for a three-minute hearing at London's Marylebone court.
  • Ebony could see a dark flicker of movement outside, and a moment later the door opened and a man walked into the room.
  • In the first half of the eighteenth century ebony rosewood, and padouk were inlaid with floral designs ivory that was then engraved and highlighted with lac.
  • He strolled about, looking very debonair in his elegant new suit.
  • I have technical objections to "ebonized" cases, which I am sure have been lost sight of by all but the makers of such articles. Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling a
  • The disc extras offer a further level of superiority over the previous release, which was a barebones disc.
  • When the top-ranked ’cross rider on the 2009-10 U.S. circuit again hopped the barriers ahead of Trebon, he pushed another few seconds into the gap. Jeremy Powers outduels Ryan Trebon in day 2 of Cincinnati UCI3 Cyclocross Festival
  • The goggled doc scrolls the laser across her anklebone, following an artist's line. Invasive Species
  • The next essential garment was the corset stiffened with thin strips of whalebone.
  • I suppose Negro dialect means the same as Ebonics, a term invented by blacks (omigod no – African-Americans). abb1 Says: Matthew Yglesias » Harry Reid’s WTF Moment
  • Very well; the ebonies will help you in taking out, as the Dutch say to their guests at meal time. My manse during the war : a decade of letters to the Rev. J. Thomas Murray, editor of the Methodist Protestant,
  • Donna was probably the third most beautiful with her ebony black hair and dark, mysterious eyes.
  • Once in a while the really dense woods, such as boxwood and ebony can fool me, and I really have to work hard to tell the difference between Madasgar and Honduras rosewood.
  • Egg size affects the larval survivorship of beetles on seeds of Texas ebony.
  • The shirts tucked into tight, ebony brown rawhide pants, trousers designed to keep the warmth in and the cold out.
  • At least one write-in-er is a real numbskull (DeBonis) DeMorning DeBonis: Nov. 3, 2010
  • The EC allows irradiation for mechanically deboned chicken meat.
  • And since an old friend and recent commenter had put African-American Vernacular English/Ebonics (I’ll just call it AAVE) in my mind, the story came at just the right time to convince me to click on it. I don’t care if you don’t like it, it’s a fact « Motivated Grammar
  • We had a long haired black cat by the name of Ebony, but his nickname was Sir Cat because he was all CAT-ATUDE.
  • Corresponding to the jaw is a built-up section, almost a facial codpiece, of iron and ebonite, perhaps housing a radio unit, thrusting forward in black fatality. Gravity's Rainbow
  • He used to have a seventh thrall, an ex-stripper named Ebony, but Eric packed her and her two kids up and sent them to live out at Orchard Lake with the werewolves, then released her from thralldom. Crossed
  • In the hardware world it's called a barebones system - nothing fancy, just enough to get you running. Website review: ChuckSchumer.com
  • We decided to go with the 12-pounder and the man cut its head off, cut its tail off, shaved off the scales, butterflied it and deboned it.
  • He has constructed a pandaemonium in an upper story of his museum, in which he has congregated all the images of horror that his fertile fancy could devise; dwarfs that by machinery grow into giants before the eyes of the spectator; imps of ebony with eyes of flame; monstrous reptiles devouring youth and beauty; lakes of fire, and mountains of ice; in short, wax, paint and springs have done wonders. Domestic Manners of the Americans
  • The new story is set in a contemporary urban setting with Red as a sexy adult nightclub entertainer, the Wolf a debonair skirt chaser, and Grandma an oversexed man-chaser.
  • He might have been an ebony statue, larger than life, his hands gripping the arms of the chair.
  • The Man from Colorado is a barebones disc, featuring only a preview gallery of trailers that appear before the main menu.
  • Jacques Berry of Thibodaux, Louisiana reports that Pedro is extremely popular in Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes in southern Louisiana, almost to the exclusion of other card games.
  • The new funds, which will be included in an otherwise "barebones" federal budget proposal, would come in the form of competitive grants given directly to winning school districts, according to Stateline.org RSS - stories
  • He chafed a begrimed hand across a similarly soiled mouth, maw gaping wide in a grin, to reveal ebony teeth with fallow flashes of gold.
  • He saddled and bridled Ebony, untied the halter, and led his horse carefully through the trees.
  • Remove chicken from water; remove skin, debone and cut up chicken into medium-sized pieces.
  • That I will be both swave and deboner when I obey all orders given to me by her Magesty the Queen, Queen Elizabeth the II her heirs, successors and the officers and Generals set over me Army Rumour Service
  • The New Yorker essayist George Plimpton also remembered that invasion of the Harlem peacocks in their enormous purple Cadillacs: "I'd never seen crowds as fancy, especially the men – felt hatbands and feathered capes, and the stilted shoes, the heels like polished ebony, and many smoking stuff in odd meerschaum pipes. The night Muhammad Ali's legend was reborn – and the party that followed
  • The winter-inspired menu will consist of a warming vegetarian soup starter followed by a choice of hearty and wholesome Main Courses such as Chef Templeton's famous deboned ox tail or the delicious Springbok Pinotage Pie.
  • As witnessed in the controversy over Ebonics, the mainstream discourse has focused on images of African Americans rather than the historical, cultural, and linguistic developments of Black English.
  • The “Interior of Willesden Church” is excellent as a composition, and a piece of artistical workmanship; the groups are well arranged; and the figure of Mrs. Sheppard looking round alarmed, as her son is robbing the dandy Kneebone, is charming, simple, and unaffected. George Cruikshank
  • She was a beauty at Nineteen with long black ebony hair, with silver high light that flowed down the center of her back stopping with a neat trim at her waist.
  • She also sells pointed boots, tight black trews, crinolines, and hooped corsets (which use steel rather than whalebone) along with jewellery and accessories hinting at pagan and alternative sub-cultures
  • The Indian furniture was usually of ebony, padouk, or rosewood with the floral borders and motifs either inlaid or engraved on ivory veneer.
  • He sang poetic songs of love and regret in a warm, expressive voice laced with debonair Gallic charm. Times, Sunday Times
  • _ -- Horses knuckling at the fetlock, and all those with diseases which impair the powers of locomotion, such as navicular disease, contracted heels, sidebones, chronic laminitis, etc., are predisposed to sprains of the fetlock. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • It let out a scream and dissipated, struck to the heart by the ebon blade. Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon
  • I have also shown here how languages such as Ebonics are brought into being by acts of political and social power on the part of their speakers and how linguistic differences enact and transmit inequalities in power and status.
  • AAVE aka ebonics aks Black English was spoken neither by Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • He sang poetic songs of love and regret in a warm, expressive voice laced with debonair Gallic charm. Times, Sunday Times
  • The next essential garment was the corset stiffened with thin strips of whalebone.
  • Debon, a woman who speaks of past lives and lost fortunes, was reluctant to talk after that first encounter.
  • He grew into a dapper and debonair-seeming man who modelled himself on the film star Ronald Coleman.
  • Castings with a pedestal of ebony or mahogany add grandeur to the commission.
  • Her ebony tresses were arranged in short angled lines that I guessed must be all the rage in Paris. Arcane Circle
  • One solution is to debone the fish by using professional techniques and equipment but this procedure requires 10 to 20 minutes for each fish.
  • They were made of volcanic pumice stone, ribbed with whalebone ivory and studded with gold. WATER TRILOGY # 1: ASCENSION
  • In two of the chapels there are some fine altar-pieces by Holbein and one of his scholars; and a very large crucifix of silver and ebony, which is kept with great care, is said to have been carried with the Crusaders to the Holy Land. Views a-foot
  • Tall, trim and debonair, with rimless glasses and waves of silver hair, Hinton has a reputation for being level-headed and insightful, and has won praise for balancing out some of the stormier personalities within the Murdoch empire. Les Hinton: the rise and fall of Rupert Murdoch's most trusted lieutenant
  • Dan Brown and his debonair professor of "symbology" Robert Langdon have broken the stranglehold that celebrity autobiographies have held over December book sales in recent years to take the Christmas number one slot. Culture | guardian.co.uk
  • Mrs. Trebond looked weary, but Angel could tell that she was exhilarated by the tell-tale flush on her cheeks.
  • In 1901 Effie was living in St. Marylebone, London, by now a highly popular authoress under two names: as both Effie Adelaide Rowlands and E. Archive 2010-02-01
  • Representative Lebon, after long struggling, is handed over to the ordinary Law Courts, and by them guillotined. The French Revolution
  • When the handsome Hollywood actress Brooke Shields, left, starred as Roxie Hart in the West End musical Chicago over the summer, she picked out a bijou house in Marylebone as her home.
  • The idea for the debonding layer, says an ITRI spokeswoman, came from watching cooks prepare paper-thin Taiwanese pancakes, which can be easily peeled from a pan at high temperatures. Paper-Thin Screens With a Twist
  • Copper, horses, and cloth were also traded for gold, malagueta pepper, carved ivory, and ebony.
  • Once in a while the really dense woods, such as boxwood and ebony can fool me, and I really have to work hard to tell the difference between Madasgar and Honduras rosewood.
  • He once confessed to owning the prized possessions of a superb board of bird's-eye maple and Moluccan ebony, edged in sycamore, an 1871 boxwood and ebony Staunton set, plus a chess clock by Grant's of Stamford.
  • I'll give charge of dis here pick'd bladebone of a dead donkey that walks about in Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II. Or, The Rambles And Adventures Of Bob Tallyho, Esq., And His Cousin, The Hon. Tom Dashall, Through The Metropolis; Exhibiting A Living Picture Of Fashionable Characters, Manners, And Amusements In High And Low Life
  • Quite a few species once thought to be extinct have been rediscovered in recent times, including the local ebony (Trochetiopsis ebenus), St. Helena olive (Nesiota elliptica), false gumwood (Commidendrum spurium) and bastard gumwood (Commidendrum rotundifolium). St. Helena scrub and woodlands
  • The board materials they use are pretty sweet too, featuring amboyna, ebony and spalted maple. Archive 2008-02-01
  • Rotary furnaces can use any carbon source such as coal, coke, or ebonite as reducing agent, and they can use a variety of fuels, such as oil, coal, or gas.
  • AAVE aka ebonics aks Black English was spoken neither by Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • But about noon, the ebonies reported the rapid approach of two Federal officers. My manse during the war : a decade of letters to the Rev. J. Thomas Murray, editor of the Methodist Protestant,
  • They sat through lectures, touched whalebone, poured over maps and even tried their hand at balancing a harpoon.
  • Yet, the attempt by many African Americans to get Ebonics, a dialect of English, recognized as a valid language failed because Ebonics is a private, not a public, language.
  • Neton series, MSI has followed up with the rather more generic D130 NetTop, featuring something MSI calls "Nordic Simple Style" (which they previously just called barebones). Engadget
  • The stranger, having wiped the pen, presented it to the dapperling, who more debonnairly breathed his vein.
  • Over time, my struggle came when all of my African American friends made fun of the way I tried to emulate their "ebonics" because it sounded strange with my accent. Toning Down My Professorial Tone: Or, Trying Not to be Perceived as an Intellectual Snob
  • The other male had dark, ebon skin, and long scarlet hair that waved gently in the fiery breeze.
  • We decided to go with the 12-pounder and the man cut its head off, cut its tail off, shaved off the scales, butterflied it and deboned it.
  • Shown here is the chair in ebonized solid rift white oak. The Fade Armchair by Jacob Marks
  • They were like young and beautiful Dantes carved in ebony; Dantes unembittered by the world, unsicklied by the pale cast of thought, and glowing with the life of the warm South. A Thousand Miles Up the Nile
  • I stopped by the post office this afternoon and met these fellows in a patch of bluebonnets.
  • The immediate stimulus for this closure is the cost of replacing the signalling between Marylebone and Neasden.
  • But for now, the debonair local tunesmith is a high-class guy living in a lo-fi world.
  • Gentle and debonair in manners, he knows how to be a submissive husband and cater to the needs of his sweetheart.
  • It can be striped with black or with shades of brown; these varieties are called calamander wood or variegated ebony.
  • She glimpsed crinoline out of the corner of her eye, and smelled musk and whalebone.
  • The royal equivalent of a Hollywood matinee idol, he was tall, suave, charming and debonair, with the unmistakeable look of his Hanoverian forebears.
  • I propose a new sublanguage, 'Ozbonics', to combat the rise of ebonics in the world. Phluid61 Diary Entry
  • They cost from 664 in lacquer, wenge and walnut, and 934 in ebony. Times, Sunday Times
  • First, a caveat - Ebonics, or ‘Black English’ is not the same thing as Hip Hop Slang.
  • The arrow that can go through a deer's bladebone can go through a man's. Hereward, the Last of the English
  • Then into the hollow goes the whalebone, so, tightly coiled, and another piece of blubber is fitted over the whale-bone. The Story of Keesh
  • There, a barebones crew of part-time technicians reads Pharaoh's instructions and inputs data into a bank of 3-D stereolithography machines that fabricate the prototype parts. Robotic Nation Evidence
  • There are 34 full-color photographs of beautiful gages made of ebony, rosewood, boxwood, mahogany, cherry, applewood, whalebone, ivory etc.
  • The bird should also be provided with fresh cuttlebone and fresh water.
  • The pain that shot through my knucklebones and up my hand felt good. Darkness Becomes Her
  • Framed in ebony with a deep terracotta mount she found herself looking at one of her own watercolours. SANDS OF TIME
  • The diamond-patterned tortoiseshell panel, offset with faux dentils of ivory and macassar ebony, recalls patterns he also used for wall hangings.
  • I put my hand on his foot and ran my thumb along the ridge of his anklebone. Wildfire
  • I recall one small urchin without a rag of clothing save the basque waist of a lady's dress, bristling with whalebones, and worn wrong side before, beneath which his smooth ebony legs emerged like those of an ostrich from its plumage.
  • Distinctive ebonies (Diospyros spp.) were common in dense clumps in the lowland forests. Sulawesi lowland rain forests
  • The favourite shaping material of stays was whalebone, cut into thin strips and sewn in a fan pattern to make the torso appear rounder.
  • Toni's and Jos's were conventional longswords, carried in long slender cases that looked like instrument cases, but Paul carried only an elegant sword cane, an antique, ebony with a silver ferrule and a large cairngorm set into the silver ball-handle. Spirits White As Lightning
  • He understood wood completely: sheathing, siding, clapboard, cord; walnut, ebony, hickory, beam. BEHINDLINGS
  • The ebony veneered case was probably made by one of the other Flemish artisans active in Rome in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
  • Notables, some were of balass-ruby and some of carnelian, others of coral or Comorin aloes-wood and yet others of ebony or silver or gold; and each had his own idol, after the measure of his competence; whilst the idols of the common soldiers and of the people were some of granite, some of wood, some of pottery and some of mud; and all were of various hues yellow and red; green, black and white. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Her ebony black hair was loose on her shoulders and I noticed that she wore no make up.
  • Truss a few starlets into whalebone corsets and swathe them in yards of dimity.
  • I hit him square on the anklebone and heard another crack. Wildfire
  • But I still prefer my own, a Victorian ivory and ebony conductor's baton.
  • Even though all that could be seen of him was his light brown cloak, black scarf and icy ebony hair, the people staring at him had their shoulders tensed in hostility.
  • She let her head hang down and her velvet, ebony hair cascaded down her shoulders.
  • They speak Ebonics, which to me, is very reasonable.
  • Remove the chicken skin and debone the thighs, removing gristle. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the people speaking Ebonics were all multimillionaires, then it'd be the thing to do to learn it.
  • These opinions do not constitute a skeptical epistemology of the sort found in Montaigne's “Apology for Raymond Sebond” or in the more systematic and more openly Pyrrhonist (but far less influential) treatise Quod nihil scitur/That Nothing Is Known (1581) by Francisco Sanches, the son of Portuguese conversos who was reared and educated in France and taught in the medical faculty at Toulouse. Loss of Faith
  • It places a "debonding" layer of nonadhesive material between the flexible substrate and the glass. Paper-Thin Screens With a Twist
  • While educators seek to teach Black children to learn and to speak mainstream English, do you believe Black English, or Ebonics, is unfairly stigmatized by American society at large?
  • One creature looked sort of elfish, except for its darker dark navy color that was almost ebony.
  • She would show the glittering arch of her upper third, occasionally, and scrape it along behind the comblike row; sometimes a pinnacle stood straight up, like a statuette of ebony, against that glittering white shield, then seemed to glide out of it by its own volition and power, and become a dim specter, while the next pinnacle glided into its place and blotted the spotless disk with the black exclamation-point of its presence. A Tramp Abroad
  • He was at one and the same instant all modern, all imminently primitive, capable of fighting in redness of tooth and claw, desirous of remaining modern for as long as he could with his will master the study of ebon black of skin and dazzling white of decoration that confronted him. CHAPTER IX
  • The Phase 3 trial examined dimebon in patients suffering from mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's and taking commonly prescribed treatment donepezil, yet failed to meet two co-primary endpoints for cognition and daily function. Medivation, Pfizer End Development of Alzheimer's Drug
  • The red snapper we had chosen came to the table deboned and butterflied, where it was served onto our plates with a garnish of endive, radicchio, lemon wedges and capers.
  • Or the plump and moist quail which the menu calls deboned, but isn't quite. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Before she left, she was given an array of presents from former students, including an ebony carving of a Masai family.
  • After Akebono retired, another foreign rikishi, Musashimaru, racked up 12. 2005 January » Japundit Blog
  • Rumour has it that having purchased a sheer evening gown for one of her social events she found the corset with whalebones totally unacceptable under the dress.
  • I think a selection of poppers, bug flies or fast-stripped streamers would give awesome sport on the jacks, as well as produce good all round sport for cassava, barracuda and ninebones.
  • If your garden space is limited, try planting bluebonnets in containers such as large clay pots, wooden barrels, or planter boxes.
  • I can have a five-footer skinned, deboned and processed in about 15 minutes," she says. Alligator Farmers Snap Back At Florida's Plan to Sever Funding
  • ``By providing unlimited dollar funds they are acting on the back of the G-7 plan to ensure the system is fully liquidized,'' said Lena Komileva, an economist at Tullet Prebon Plc in London. Floods Drown People
  • Therefore, we recommend having the butcher debone them whenever possible.
  • baleen" or "whalebone" -- each plank being as much as eight or in rare cases twelve feet long. More Science From an Easy Chair
  • The panels' frames, of ebonised wood with a gilt slip, are mid-nineteenth-century additions.
  • Then came forward the Persian sage and, prostrating himself before the King, presented him with a horse5 of the blackest ebony-wood inlaid with gold and jewels, and ready harnessed with saddle, bridle and stirrups such as befit Kings; which when Sabur saw, he marvelled with exceeding marvel and was confounded at the beauty of its form and the ingenuity of its fashion. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • LONG LIVE TARANS!!!!!!!! there are some "barebones" type kits. these guys make some nice parts. VideoHelp.com Forum
  • The panels' frames, of ebonised wood with a gilt slip, are mid-nineteenth-century additions.
  • The dark brown colour of his eyes matched his ebony hair.
  • The panels' frames, of ebonised wood with a gilt slip, are mid-nineteenth-century additions.
  • He blinked his ebony black eyes, the irises twinkling with delight.
  • Before me is not the debonair, gentleman writer I had expected but an unshaven, dishevelled man with wild, curly grey hair and frayed clothing.
  • This is a Federal-period game table by Robert G. Stevenson of mahogany, primavera, satinwood, ebony, holly, and pine.
  • a boned (or deboned) fish
  • There were conspiratorial glances in his direction, because he had the expression he adopted on big days: his set look, his pipe at an angle, squeezed so tightly between his teeth that he had been known to snap the ebonite tip. Maigret Bides His Time
  • A fair rule of thumb is that you will get about 40% of the live weight of a deer if carefully deboned so as not to have excessive waste. How much meat do you get out of a deer when you debone it? Let's say a big whitetail doe.
  • The fingerboard and tailpiece are now usually of ebony (boxwood was formerly used) Just within the margins of belly and back, a groove in the wood is filled with ‘purfling’: thin strips of some other wood, contrasting in colour and pattern.
  • In spring, the desert and mountains erupt into a vibrant carpet of spring flowers, including bluebonnets, bi-colored mustards, and numerous species of cactus such as prickly pear, claret cup and rainbow.
  • In this volatile period, tough-guy anti-heroes, populist salt-of-the-earth protagonists, and debonair dandy heroes shared the spotlight.
  • Its wood, which is very heavy and of a fallow colour, has the grain and smell of ebony.
  • Some of the older anti-Byronists were able to fool with their parameters in systematic ways that would show up on the ebonite meters under the Swiss mountain: there were even a few self-immolations, hoping to draw the hit men down. Gravity's Rainbow
  • Black Catholics—lay women and men, sisters, brothers, priests—were not long in identifying the need and ways to ebonize features of a Catholic Christian way of life.
  • Almost any bird needs a cuttlebone or mineral equivalent to keep their bones healthy and beaks sharp.
  • Ditto the very good Cornish hen, which is similarly transformed by being deboned, cooked in a densely flavored turmeric emulsion, and dusted with a coating of crisped shallots.
  • Instead, she sees women with spines that move like ribbons of knucklebones beneath their sweat-soaked leotards, and a short, barrel-chested man with a bald head like Daddy Warbucks who yells for them to do it higher! Boys and Girls Like You and Me
  • Arjun Khanna, a debonair Delhiite, nibbles on a cape gooseberry galette as he explains how remarkable it is that Pamela, a Scot, is reintroducing the locals to the delights of their own backyard. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • She was trying to focus on a little bluebonnet oil painting that Foley had given her when Laura was born when she started to cry. DANSVILLE
  • They were made of volcanic pumice stone, ribbed with whalebone ivory and studded with gold. WATER TRILOGY # 1: ASCENSION
  • Chrysophyllum perpulchrum (Q) and Chidlowia sanguinea; and the 'Sassandrian' forest in the south-west, dominated by water-demanding species such as ebony Diospyros spp. and Mapania spp. with numerous endemic species, especially in the lower Cavally Valley and the Meno and Hana depressions near Mont Niénokoué. Taï National Park, Côte d'Ivoire
  • It is infinitely superior either to the round or edgebone, and certainly not so extravagant as the last-named joint. Our Farm of Four Acres and the Money we Made by it
  • Being late to apply to a good public school (what they mystifyingly call private schools in England) my father enrolled my brother and I in what was considered to be one of the better grammar (no-fee) schools in London, St. Marylebone. Hooman Majd: An American Wog on July 4th
  • Several lots will appeal to those with a taste for Continental ebonised furniture.
  • We saw maroon bluebonnets (Who even knew there was such a thing?).
  • Rudolf Michael Sachs' death was registered in St. Marylebone in 4Q 1969. R. M. Sax
  • A sumptuous Russian sleigh drawn by two splendid black horses, with a statuesque driver in ebony handling the ribbons, attracted the attention of the crowd as it dashed down the avenue and paused near the capitol steps. Hagar's Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice
  • This guitar also has an ebony arm-rest to keep your arm from damping the sound from the top.
  • The toughness, lightness, strength, and elasticity of whalebone gave it a wide variety of uses.
  • a suitable non-volatile or slightly volatile "solvent," such as nitro - naphthalene, di-nitro-benzene, nitro-toluene, or its homologues; products are obtained varying from a gelatinous consistency to the hardness of ebonite. Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise
  • He had not even climbed far into sensual decadence, a different mountain entirely, with play for the playboy tearing his crepe paper heart the inwardly lachrymose and outwardly debonair way that it did, with these bouts of sensing a woman's genitalia as vapid holes being banged as empty drums from inside by a man's stick; these conclusions that sex was just a bored erumpent man banging on any tin trash can in reach for a bit of sound and vibration, and brief moments of total, pellucid understanding called enlightenment as to the absolute absurdity of an instrument of urination being used for intimacy. An Apostate: Nawin of Thais
  • These whales are distinguished from the toothed whales by having baleen, or whalebone, as part of the mouth structure.
  • Seafarers made household utensils, such as sewing tools, from whalebone, and today scrimshaw is as much associated with Nantucket as the lightship baskets unique to the island.
  • Leon: And Walter has the Ebony Stone in his possession?
  • Local art shops sell a range of items, from mass-produced woodcarvings to high-quality, handmade items made by recognized masters in fine-grained ebony, jackfruit or sandalwood.
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  • Is a black person who doesn't constantly speak in Ebonics considered a cracker, and an Ebonics-speaking white person a wigger?
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  • Although the ebonized and painted cabinet shown in Plate IX has previously been associated with Godwin, recent research shows that it is far more likely to have emanated from the workshop of Cottier and Company of London.
  • The whalebone whale, again, has horny "whalebone" plates in its mouth, and no teeth; but the young foetal whale before it is born has teeth in its jaws; they, however, are never used, and they never come to anything. Darwiniana : Essays — Volume 02
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  • Early Debonairs had 225 hp under the cowl, yet still offered cruise speeds near 160 knots on only about 13 gph.

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